Yahoo! was one of the internet pioneers. It was the successful tech company when many parts of the world were still not connected to the internet.
Gone are the days where text occupies most of the web, as faster connection and better hardware help video contents to appear from everywhere.
The web and its content are made for humans to consume. But before that can happen, most of the time, they are at the hands of web browsers.
Quora is one of the most popular Q&A platform on the web.
Apple had a zero-day flaw in iTunes and iCloud app for Windows that allowed hackers to avoid detection and install ransomware.
Pinterest is the underdog of social media networks, when compared to the likes of Facebook and Instagram. But that doesn't mean it's problem-free.
Learning how to code can be daunting, scary and overwhelming.
The browser maker Opera has been a supporter of privacy, and has built its business on top of that particular demand.
There is no doubt that Instagram is one of the most popular photo- and video-sharing app, as well as the most-widely used social media app.
Username-password alone is not anymore sufficient to protect user accounts. This is where multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions can help.